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CoventryParks and Playgrounds
Suitable for all ages •Outdoor 50.5 miles from Oxford
Hands-on Art Adventures
WindsorPottery Centres and Ceramic Cafes
Suitable for all ages •Indoor 50.7 miles from Oxford
Wasps Rugby at the Ricoh Arena
Suitable for ages: 4+ •Outdoor, Indoor 50.8 miles from Oxford
Midlands Roller Arena
LutterworthIce Skating and Rollerskating
Suitable for ages: 4+ •Indoor 50.8 miles from Oxford
Windsor Great Park
Englefield GreenParks and Playgrounds
Suitable for all ages •Outdoor 50.9 miles from Oxford
CoventryIndoor and Soft Play Areas
Suitable for ages: 0-12 •Indoor 50.9 miles from Oxford
Farmtastic Animal Farm
Suitable for all ages •Outdoor 51.0 miles from Oxford
WexhamParks and Playgrounds
Suitable for all ages •Outdoor 51.1 miles from Oxford
High Cross Riding School
Claybrooke MagnaHorse Riding and Stables
Suitable for ages: 4+ •Indoor, Outdoor 51.3 miles from Oxford
Baddesley ClintonStately Homes and Gardens
Suitable for ages: 4+ •Indoor, Outdoor 51.8 miles from Oxford
ChippenhamMuseums and Art Galleries
Suitable for ages: 4+ •Indoor 52.1 miles from Oxford
IverParks and Playgrounds
Suitable for all ages •Outdoor 52.3 miles from Oxford
Copas Farm Iver
Suitable for ages: 4+ •Outdoor 52.4 miles from Oxford
Fuzzy Ed's at the Priory
WellingboroughIndoor and Soft Play Areas
Suitable for ages: 0-12 •Indoor, Outdoor 52.8 miles from Oxford
Find Family Days Out In Oxford
Home to one of the UK’s most prestigious universities, there’s more than academia for families looking for things to do in Oxford.
Inspire your child’s creativity at The Story Museum, where their favourite TV and book characters will come to life. If it’s the literary trail you’re after then just outside of Oxford in Great Missenden is a museum and story centre dedicated to Roald Dahl, who lived there for 36 years.
Back in the city and equipped with an imagination firing on all cylinders visit the Oxford Castle where you can climb the Saxon St George’s Tower and marvel at the stunning 360 degree view, drop down into the dark depths of the crypt and take a tour who will bring the history of the castle to life on this Oxford family day out.
If you’re feeling brave you can join one of Bill Spectre’s award-winning ghost tours from outside the front of the castle or the visitor centre. Learn all about the dark secrets on the streets of the city as you brace yourself for theatrical hour laced with props and illusions to keep you on your toes!
To blow away the cobwebs visit Blenheim Palace, which was the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and is now a World Heritage Site with acres of land filled with glorious gardens, a dedicated family area, a giant hedge maze, butterfly house and adventure playground.